Brentford striker Ivan Toney says he has "made his dream a reality" after making his England debut in the European qualifying victory over Ukraine on Sunday.
Toney had been called up by coach Gareth Southgate last September, but didn't make an appearance in the Nations League matches against Italy and Germany.
In February Toney accepted breaking Football Association betting rules and could face a potential ban from the game.
"With a player like Harry Kane in front of you it's always going to be tough - he's one of the best strikers in the world", Toney said after coming on as an 81st-minute substitute in the 2-0 win.
"All I can keep doing is keep working hard and when my chance comes, take it with two hands. I did that today and thankfully I got my cap, it means a lot.
"Of course, you're going to be itching to get the ball in the back of the net but the main thing is doing things right, trying to see the game out and getting three points which is obviously the main thing - and the aim of the game.
"When you're not playing you've got to do that - make sure you're working hard and keep progressing. You have to keep your name ringing around the manager's mind and when he gives you the chance you've got to take it."